Lay of the Land

Land supply remains a key issue in the South East and thanks to the continued booming interstate migration it doesn’t look set to change.

The Lay of the Land event will dissect the current SEQ land market compared to other capital cities as we continue to ride out COVID conditions and rising interest rates.

Join us on September 15 as Research4’s Colin Keane analyses net lot sales, median pricing, top land estates, sale volume by project, stock overhang, and much more for all SEQ sub-markets.

He’ll also share his views on where the market is at in its cycle and how our metro market compares to other capital cities.

Rob Winters from Cedar Woods and Tanya Martin from Lendlease will provide their perspectives as part of a panel discussion hosted by Beth Toon, CEO at Place Design Group.

Don’t miss your chance to get the lay of the land and a firm grasp on where the market is heading.

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Event Summary

Date

Thursday, 15 September

Time

8am – 10am

Location

The Calile Hotel

Price

Member: $95

* This is a Members only event

Presenters

Colin Keane Director Research4
Rob Winters Senior Development Manager Cedar Woods
Tanya Martin Senior Development Manager Lendlease
Beth Toon – MC Chief Executive Officer | Executive Director Place Design Group

Event Sponsors

Terms & Conditions

Changes to Registration

On written confirmation from the Institute of your registration requirements, all details will be considered final. Any changes after this point will need to be made in writing to the Institute via events@udiaqld.com.au. Registrations typically close 48 hours prior to the event.

Cancellation Policy – Signature Series events and Professional Development courses

All cancellations must be made in writing to the Institute. Registration fees will be refunded if cancellation is received via written notification at least 30 business days before the event. Cancellations made after this time cannot be refunded. Your refund will be reimbursed via the same payment method you used to purchase the registration. As an alternative to cancellation, your registration may be transferred to another person at no cost. Transfers must be made in writing via events@udiaqld.com.au

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All cancellations must be made in writing to the Institute. Registration fees will be refunded if cancellation is received via written notification at least fourteen (14) business days before the event. Cancellations made after this time cannot be refunded. Your refund will be reimbursed via the same payment method you used to purchase the registration. As an alternative to cancellation, your registration may be transferred to another person at no cost. Transfers must be made in writing via events@udiaqld.com.au

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Payment

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Insurance

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IMPORTANT NOTICE
This clause contains provisions which affect your legal rights
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If you do not understand any part of it, you should obtain independent legal advice before proceeding
By participating in the event you acknowledge and agree that:
1. given the contagious nature of COVID-19 and that Queensland Health and many other public health authorities still recommend practicing social distancing, there are risks in participating in the event;
2. although the Institute will comply with government restrictions, the Institute cannot guarantee that you will not become infected with Covid-19 which has significant health risks;
3. you have had the opportunity to consider the risks associated with participating in the event and freely and voluntarily accept:
(a) all of the risks (foreseeable and unforeseeable) that may result from participating in the event; and
(b) any and all consequences which may result from those risks (whether foreseeable or unforeseeable);
4. while participating in the event you will, at all times, follow:
(a) government guidelines in relation to Covid-19 and all set procedures to reduce the spread of Covid-19 while attending the event;
(b) the lawful directions of the Institute and any of its representatives or the representatives the premises at which event is held; and
(c) any signage displayed at the event or on the premises at which event is held;
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